|High Country Holiday - National Cotton Council of America|
Begins as a travelogue showing a family excursion through North Carolina's Great Smoky Mountains, then turns into a promotional film for clothing and other things made from cotton. Much discussion of tent varieties; "a sewn-in tent floor ends worries about things that crawl and creep." Subplot about daughter who is unhappy to go camping, but finally enjoys herself because she meets a boy.04:44:28:04 Disembodied hand grabs for map of the Glorious West and Yellowstone in shelf beside map for Nova ...
Keywords: Cotton; Textiles; Fabrics; Tents; Clothing; Fashions; Families; Vacations; Leisure; Recreation; Teenagers; Romance; Boys; Girls; Couples; Children; Parents; Travel; Trips; CAMPING; CAMPERS; FAMILY; LIFE; TENTS; SLEEPING; BAGS; TEENAGERS; FOOD; SMOKY MOUNTAINS; SMOKIES
|Home Movies: Can 11274: Monnier School, Detroit, Michigan, ca. 1947|
Home movies shot at Monnier School, Detroit, Michigan, approximately 1947. Sequences include scenes in and around the school and parking lot, art classes, students (including several pairs of twins) in class, teachers in parking lot, teacher slipping as he descends steps and retracing his movements a second time for the camera, and a field trip via bus to the Diego Rivera murals at the Detroit Institute of Arts Museum.
Keywords: home movies; Detroit; children; schools; teachers; field trips; Diego Rivera; Detroit Institute of Arts; art; twins; art classes; students; buses; Monnier School; 1940s
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